The Japanese based automaker Mazda is still planning to introduce a successor for the CX-7 as the model in question should come in the next few years.
Mazda hasn’t forgotten about the CX-7, which has been discontinued back in 2012, as the company is planning to introduce a successor to this model over the next few years. The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet and it is currently part of a report, published by the guys from Car Advice. According to our source, a reboot of the CX-7 is considered as the model should be offered with a 7-seat interior cabin, just like the Outlander or the X-Trail.
If this has gotten your attention, keep in mind that the car manufacturer is going to unveil first the all new CX-9, in 2016, and only after that the company will introduce a successor for the CX-7. No more details on the subject are being known for the moment but as you probably already know, the Mazda CX-7 has been in production between 2006 and 2012 and it has been assembled at the Hiroshima plant, in Japan. The model was offered in a front-engine and front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive layout, with a choice of three engines and three transmissions.